Latest News from Hebden Royd Town Council
11 August 2021, marks the 100-year anniversary of the devastating fire that burnt down the mansion Cragg Hall. Supported by the Town Council and with the help of local people and businesses, the Cragg Vale Local History Group will be holding a series of events to mark the anniversary Read more about the Cragg Hall events
After over 15 months of closure - with only a limited reopening in Autumn – Hebden Bridge Picture House, the not-for-profit single screen cinema owned by Hebden Royd Town Council, is now ready to open its doors on Monday 28 June, just 2 weeks before celebrating its centenary. Read more about the Picture House re-opening
From 1st July we are pleased to announce that residents of Hebden Bridge, Mytholmroyd and Cragg Vale can drop-in to Mytholmroyd Community Centre to speak to an adviser in person. More info on the CAB drop-in sessions
It is with great sadness that we have learned of the passing of Dongria Kohdh, otherwise known as Penny Eastwood. She will be sorely missed in the Hebden Royd community and beyond. More info about Dongria
Cllr Rob Freeth, Mayor of Hebden Royd said: "Hebden Royd Town Council welcomes this opportunity to work in partnership with others to make a difference to young people in its communities." Read more about the drop-in sessions for young people
A Recovery Group bringing together partners from across the Hebden Royd community has been launched, who with a breadth of knowledge, passion and expertise, will coordinate the economic recovery of Hebden Royd post Covid-19. More info on the Recovery Group.